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Office notebook for $1000 , 15" to 17", higher than 1080p decent display


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Hi guys!
My boss is looking for a office notebook with decent 15-16-17 display with higher than 1080p resolution but he got tight budget. Thanks a lot for any recomendations!

1) Budget is $1500 AUD - $1000 USD or just a little bit more

2) What size notebook would you prefer?
Mainstream; 15" - 17"
 
3) In which country will you buying this notebook?
Australia
4) Are there any brands that you prefer or any you really don't like?
a. Like: Dell, Lenovo preferably or whatever 😄
b. Dislike: Macbook
 
5) Would you consider laptops that are refurbished/redistributed?
NO

6) What are the primary tasks you will be performing with this notebook?
Office stuff, Watching videos , pictures , No gaming

7) Will you be taking the notebook with you to different places, leaving it on your desk or both?
The NTB will stay in the office

😎 Will you be playing games on your notebook? (If so, please state which games or types of games?)
No games
9) How many hours of battery life do you need?
Doesn't matter

10) Would you prefer to see the notebook you're considering before purchasing it or buying a notebook on-line without seeing it is OK?
Doesn't matter

11) What OS do you prefer? Windows, Mac OS, Linux, Chrome OS, etc.
Windows only
12) What ports do you require on your laptop? (ex. MiniDisplayPort or HDMI? Displayport or USB-C w/ DP?)
Doesn't matter

13) What screen resolution(s) would you prefer? See further below for explanations.
More than 1080p. IPS OLED or whatever new technology is good these days.

14) Do you want a glossy/reflective screen or a matte/non-glossy screen? See further below for explanations.
Preffer matte screen but not super important
Build Quality and Design

15) Are the notebook's looks and stylishness important to you?
NO

Notebook Components

16) How much storage space do you need?
Not important

Timing, Warranty and Longevity

17) When do you consider purchasing this laptop?
In a few weeks

18) How long do you expect to use this laptop?
A few years
 
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you could look at the zenbook 15 oled (bit out of budget) or the vivobook 15x oled which can be found under 1000 cad. I have a vivobook 15x oled and the display is incredible, great keyboard, great batterylife, fast with its 12th gen i5.

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I have purchased several certified refurbished Dell Precision and HP Elitebook business class machines that are all in excellent condition in the $500 range. In fact I just purchased one Dell Precision 7720 with a 17-inch 4K display, 64GB of RAM, 16GB Quadro P5000 (MXM) for under $600 last week. These machines are built like a tank with full metal chassis. You can usually purchase them with an extended warranty through Square Trade or Allstate at the time of purchase if you're worried about not purchasing something that is brand new. If you buy something new for $1,000+ more it's probably going to have poor overall build quality and be a less serviceable piece of garbage.

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The Vivobook with OLED screen that @ryan makes reference is a good idea. Here in Europe a Vivobook OLED you can find  the cheaper version 600-750 euro. But it is 1920x1080. Also 16:9 not 16:10. 

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